UserVoice is a service that provides companies and organizations with feedback forums and help ticket services to address their customers' comments, concerns, and questions.
The UserVoice API provides access to the end-user and admin functions of UserVoice so providers can build applications or integrations with other systems. UserVoice provides two API endpoints: public (user-facing functionality) and commercial (admin-facing functionality).
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The UserVoice Ruby SDK by UserVoice interacts with the API, providing methods to generate users via SSO and make calls in a secure environment. Examples available demonstrate how to verify a user voice user.
The UserVoice Python SDK by UserVoice communicates with the API, allowing developers to generate SSO token for new users and make calls in secure environments. Examples available show how to verify a client, using 3-legged API calls.
The UserVoice PHP SDK by UserVoice interacts with the API, allowing developers to generate users via SSO and make calls using secure methods. Examples demonstrate how to define an Api client and how to use dependencies.
The UserVoice Java SDK by UserVoice can communicate with the API, allowing developers to enter users generated with SSO token and make secure calls. It includes Maven installation. Examples demonstrate how to obtain an Api Key and how to define a client at the administrator's console.